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Old 10-09-02, 12:11 PM
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The Patsies will win this Sunday

I don't see them losing 3 in a row.
Patsies are favorite by 4 so far.
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Old 10-09-02, 12:20 PM
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A lot of people couldn't fathom the Rams going 0-5 either.
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Old 10-09-02, 12:35 PM
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The way Farve is throwing the ball Ty Law, Lawyer Malone and company will be in for a long afternoon. The Pats have no played well for the last 3 games. They were fortunate to get by KC in OT.
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If I was betting with my heart I'd go for the Pats, with my wallet and I'd go for the Packers. And as a 15yr seasons tix holder, that hurts me to say. Forget Farve, just let Green run for 150yrds.
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And the Packers are going to slow down Tom Brady? With a bunch of scarecrows in the secondary? I don't think so, especially if Troy Brown is back.

Sure I'm a big Packer fan, but Brady is on my fantasy team

It should be a high scoring game.
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I really hope they beat the Packers.

Favre looked so strong against Chicago, though. I agree that we will see a high scoring game.
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The Pats need to get themselves off their downhill trend. I'm concerned if they play like they did the last two weeks and the Packers play like they did this past Monday, the Pats will be screwed at 3-3. I love the Pats, but I'm a bit worried.
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This game could turn out similar to the KC game, high scoring with the last team with the ball winning the game.
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Old 10-10-02, 05:20 PM
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Yup, I think the Patriots are going to win too.

I actually think the score will be kind of lopsided.

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Old 10-10-02, 05:25 PM
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If it was in Lambo I would go with the Pac,but im going with the Pats on this one,a 2 game slide will make your team a bit more focused,and dont forget the Pac on Monday night gave up 400 total offensive yards to a team that doesnt produce alot of passing yards,there secondary is the worst in the game right now,hell they have the 3rd worst D in the league and there not playing a cupcake team like they have been,Pats 34-24 over the Pac.
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Old 10-10-02, 05:41 PM
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Originally posted by DVDHO
If it was in Lambo I would go with the Pac,but im going with the Pats on this one,a 2 game slide will make your team a bit more focused,and dont forget the Pac on Monday night gave up 400 total offensive yards to a team that doesnt produce alot of passing yards,there secondary is the worst in the game right now,hell they have the 3rd worst D in the league and there not playing a cupcake team like they have been,Pats 34-24 over the Pac.
They gave up 400 yards, but the defense solidified and came up with big plays when it was needed most. The Packers D has been completely ravaged and gutted by injuries. The Packers only saving grace is that the offense is clicking rather well, and averages 29 points per game, and have outscored 4 out of their last 5 opponents.

For the Pats sake, it would be downright dangerous for them to challenge Favre to a shootout.

With Favre at the helm, anything is possible from the Packers O.

GO PACK GO!
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Old 10-10-02, 06:36 PM
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and i thought this thread was about pasties.

I am hoping for a shootout for fantasy football's sake...

I don't think the score will be very lopsided (in favor of the pasties) with farve in there.he will bring back to within a touchdown at worst.
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if the pack use more running offense, than they have a chance of betting the patriots. the pats secondary has some good DB.
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Well its raining here....time go pack and head off to the game! YUCK!
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Im just saying the Pats have beat and got beat by good teams this year,no cake walks for them.

Now the Pac almost got beat by the LIONS,PANTHERs,FALCONS 2 of these at home,now I didnt see Brett miss that field goal in Lambo against the Panthers,I also didnt see Brett give up 28+ unanswered points in Ford Field,and give up 31 points to a Falcons a team with one of the worst offenses in the league.

The way the AFC has been dominating this year Ive been picking AFC teams to beat NFC teams and winning them games 90% of the time,there is like 6 great teams in the AFC this year,how many in the NFC?about 1 maybe 2.and the Pac aint one of them.
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Told you I was worried.
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Originally posted by immortal_zeus
Yup, I think the Patriots are going to win too.

I actually think the score will be kind of lopsided.

I was half-right.

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Originally posted by Dee, tee ess... See?
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I would like to thank all of the football "experts" for their outstanding predictions. Would any of you like to tell us what is going to happen to the Packers next week?

Owned!

GO PACK GO!
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Re: The Patsies will win this Sunday

Originally posted by mysterX
I don't see them losing 3 in a row.
Patsies are favorite by 4 so far.
You jinxed the Patries....
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I gotta give props where there do,the Pac showed me they can play on the road and yet again Farve owns.
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Re: The Patsies will win this Sunday

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The Patsies will win this Sunday
Apparently they WON'T.

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